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Today on Broadway: Monday, April 17, 2017

Listen: Andy Karl’s Injury Puts “Groundhog Day” Opening in Limbo, “Carousel” Announces Broadway Revival, and Tonys Struggle to Find Host, and “Nunsense” Gets its Own Series (Kinda).

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Notes:

1) Andy Karl Injury Puts “Groundhog Day” Opening in Limbo

Andy Karl Injured in Friday’s Performance

“Groundhog Day” Cancels Saturday Matinee

Understudy Andrew Call Takes Over Saturday Night

2) Mueller, Henry, and Fleming to Lead “Carousel” Revival

3) Michael Riedel Chronicles the Tonys’ Search for a Host

4) “Fun Home” to Open in London Next Year

5) “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” Star Rachel Bloom to Pen Book

6) “Nunsense” Gets Its Own Web Series

7) Recommendations

360 Degrees of “The Hairy Ape” 

“Saturday Night Live” Stages a Middle School “Legally Blonde”

Josh Groban and “Great Comet” Cast Visits “Good Morning America”


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